Philippines: Davao City, just lately mentioned a opinion that it is not appropriate to totally apply the backpack ban in all cities of Davao. (DCPO) Davao City Police Department made this explanation under the direction of the mayor of Saraduter Carpio in the midst of public confusion about the banned items and property. On January 27, during the bombing of Carmel Cathedral in Sulu Solo, Mayor Sarah Duterte ordered a “no backpack” policy at all places of worship. This order aims to help security forces during military law enforcement stop terrorist attacks.
Acosta said: “We must clarify the market and remind the market to manage our peacekeepers, rather than abuse the implementation of security protocols”.
Mayor Sara ordered believers not to bring backpacks with patches, large bags, bulky plastic bags, and cardboard boxes. However, there was some confusion if DCPO banned church members from carrying slings during church service. In May, Mayor Sarah revealed that the ban included church, temple backpacks, backpacks, and other large bags.
No TO Backpacks Inside The Church
“There are only four packages that can carry explosives. Other related issues should be addressed to DCPO Secretary General Alexander Tagum,” Mayor of Davao said. On January 29 last year, the Davao diocese prohibited the bringing of backpacks, backpacks and cartons to the church. Acosta also asked the public to better understand the strict security protocols implemented by the authorities because they want urban security. She also urges everyone in the church to cooperate and cooperate with the authorities.
DCPO Director P / Alexander Tagum also called on the public to understand during the strict policy implementation on Monday. Tagum emphasized, “If you can bring a bag as much as possible to reduce the burden on security personnel, do as much as you can.” He said DCPO will place police in each election area to secure security and security agreements during the Monday elections.